Pretty consistent with everyone else. Present location is probably best I can do. Plan B is close, but only for a serious situation. Plan C is fallback that will take some time to get to, and should probably be Plan Z.
Bottom line, for me and mine we are staying put. Anyone who has seen the photos from WW II, where people were living in bombed out buildings, realizes that sometimes there is no Plan B. Was it comfortable or nice, no. But for many it was the will to survive that carried them through.
Selco has so eloquently described his challenges, but his will to survive carried him through. I guess that is my guiding principle. Sometimes you just got to do what you got to do!